A tealight holder

A tealight holder

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Rigid rods 6 mm in diameter: - 1 green, 1 blue and 1 yellow or 1 yellow, 1 orange and 1 pink 1 hacksaw Black pearl wire 1 pair of scissors 1 glass jar


20 'Cutting the chopsticks

With the hacksaw, cut the rods into 12 cm long rods.

40 'Assembly

Cut two lengths of wire corresponding to three times the perimeter of your glass jar. Fold them in half. Slide a rod into the fold. Tie a knot in each thread. Slide the second rod against the first. Tie a knot again on each thread. Proceed in the same way until the last baguette so as to obtain a sort of "palisade". Close the wire on the first baguette to close the fence. Slide the glass jar into the cylinder.

Warning !

Plastic melts when heated. Also, it is essential to place your candle in a glass pot on the one hand, but on the other hand in a fairly large pot. For more security, pour a bottom of water in the pot. And never leave a burning candle unattended…

20 Plastic objects © Flammarion editions, 2004